Sunday, January 27, 2013


what do we think about iran? ... and is the stuff  we think true?
syria 2012-2013 missing ... source: here

let's start some research about iran before the mainstream media will tell us how vicious iran is and how dangerous its leader ahmadinedshad (ahmadinejad) for the (western) universe is ... they will easily find some lies like the (in reality not existing) iraqi weapons of mass destruction or ahmadinedshad's plan to erase the state israel from the map (which he never said, it was just translated wrongly) or just start a aggression / terror attack / war against iran like in 1953 as the british an americans eliminated the democratic government of iran and installed the schah regime ...

folks, only to make sure we really know who is the real danger for peace in the world, what about a small comparison? (obama = first black president, good man; ahmadinejad = religious fascist, bad man; wouldn't you say?). let better speak the facts instead of emotions / propaganda:
source: here

source: here

omg, 9/11, so true:

some personal stuff about iranian president:

a very good german language analysis (14 minutes):

zbigniew brzezinski:

one very old piece, 2006, ahmadinedshad's special speak to german + austrian people (3 minutes:

very interesting too, from britain

and yes, the USA, CIA, UK have already a history (or track record if you like it better) of intervening into iranian's internal affairs ~ CIA admits its role in 1953 coup against democratically elected Mohammed Mosaddeq. which has brought the puppet of the west, the shah, to power. why? easy, "to get rid of a nationalist figure who insisted that oil should be nationalized". as the linked article says.

(what about a short visit to the relevant wikipedia page? Mohammad Mosaddegh or Mosaddeq مُحَمَد مُصَدِق‎; 16 June 1882 – 5 March 1967), was the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran from 1951 until 1953, when his government was overthrown in a coup d'état orchestrated by the British MI6 and the American CIA.

An author, administrator, lawyer, prominent parliamentarian, his administration introduced a range of progressive social and political reforms such as social security, rent control, and land reforms. His government's most notable policy, however, was the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry, which had been under British control since 1913 through the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC / AIOC) (later British Petroleum or BP).

Mosaddegh was removed from power in a coup on 19 August 1953, organised and carried out by the CIA at the request of MI6, which chose Iranian General Fazlollah Zahedi to succeed Mosaddegh.

While the coup is commonly referred to as Operation Ajax after its CIA cryptonym, in Iran it is referred to as the 28Mordad 1332 coup, after its date on the Iranian calendar. Mosaddegh was imprisoned for three years, then put under house arrest until his death and was buried in his own home so as to prevent a political furor. ... )

more to come soon or never ...

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